Diplomacy

Mirziyoyev's visit to US set to herald new era of strategic partnership

Uzbekistani President Shavkat Mirziyoyev's upcoming visit to the United States is attracting unprecedented attention from regional and international media and the expert community.

Almaty conference: Kremlin policy prompting Kazakhstan to chart own course

About 500 economists, political scientists and business leaders -- including Russian scholars -- criticised the Kremlin's foreign policy at the International Risk Management Conference in Almaty this month. Russia's continuing aggression is prompting Kazakhstan to part ways with its neighbour.

Negotiate with Kabul or face the consequences, world powers tell Taliban

By skipping a Tashkent summit on Afghanistan, the Taliban might have hurt their own cause, observers and participants say.

World powers declare unified support for direct talks between Kabul, Taliban

Despite repeated calls to participate in the Afghan-led peace process, the Taliban refused to attend the international conference in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Tashkent hosts international conference on peace in Afghanistan

The conference demonstrates international support for peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, stakeholders say. The Taliban failed to participate.

Astana meeting marks dawn of new era for Central Asia -- without Russia

Central Asian leaders recently met for the first time without Russia, demonstrating that the region is unified, independent and working together, economists and political analysts say.

Astana meeting marks dawn of new era for Central Asia -- without Russia

Central Asian leaders recently met for the first time without Russia, demonstrating that the region is unified, independent and working together, economists and political analysts say.

Central Asian leaders pledge to 'solve problems together' at historic meeting

The presidents of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan met in Astana for the first time in nine years to 'solve developing problems together'.

Tajikistan, Uzbekistan see progress in 're-setting' relations

The transition from opposition to co-operation could create favourable conditions for resolving many regional problems, analysts say.

Kazakhstan, US expand areas of co-operation: US diplomat

The US government continues to support the development of Kazakhstan's health and education sectors, said Wren Elhai, US embassy spokesperson in Astana.

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